9780742519909

Globalization and Resistance Transnational Dimensions of Social Movements

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  • ISBN13:

    9780742519909

  • ISBN10:

    0742519902

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2002-08-15
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

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Globalization and Resistance brings together cutting edge theory and research about how global economics and politics alter the way ordinary people engage in contentious political action. The cases range from nineteenth-century Irish immigrant networks, to protests against World Bank projects in the Amazon, to contemporary transnational organizing for the environment, to the battle of Seattle. The volume illuminates the different ways that globalization processes affect social movements, and vice versa.

Table of Contents

Globalization and Resistance: An Introduction
1(12)
Jackie Smith
Hank Johnston
Part I: Theories of Globalization and Social Movement Mobilization
Explaining Cross-national Similarities among Social Movements
13(18)
Marco G. Giugni
Transnational Structures and Protest: Linking Theories and Assessing Evidence
31(22)
Gregory M. Maney
Part II: Transnational Mobilization and National Politics
Irish Transnational Social Movements, Migrants, and the State System
53(22)
Michael Hanagan
Conservation TSMOs: Shaping the Protected Area Systems of Less Developed Countries
75(22)
Tammy L. Lewis
Part III: Transnational Diffusion and Framing Processes
Transnational Diffusion and the African-American Reinvention of the Gandhian Repertoire
97(18)
Sean Chabot
From Local to Global: The Anti-dam Movement in Southern Brazil, 1979-1992
115(18)
Franklin Daniel Rothman
Pamela E. 0liver
Creating Transnational Solidarity: The Use of Narrative in the U.S.-Central America Peace Movement
133(20)
Sharon Erickson Nepstad
Part IV: Transnational Networks
Elite Alliances and Transnational Environmental Movement Organizations
153(20)
Beth Schaefer Caniglia
Building Networks from the Outside In: Japanese NGOs and the Kyoto Climate Change Conference
173(18)
Kim D. Reimann
Part V: Protest and the Global Trade Regime
Transnational Political Processes and Contention against the Global Economy
191(16)
Jeffrey M. Ayres
Globalizing Resistance: The Battle of Seattle and the Future of Social Movements
207(22)
Jackie Smith
Conclusion
From Lumping to Splitting: Specifying Globalization and Resistance
229(22)
Sidney Tarrow
Index 251(4)
About the Contributors 255

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